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    Posted on Sep 25, 2015

    This Is What Over 100 Years Of Girl Scouts Looks Like

    AKA – this is what GIRL POWER looks like!

    1912 – The Girl Scouts are founded by Juliette Gordon Low in Savannah, Georgia.

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    In 1915, Washington D.C. troops put on a demonstration for delegates, including this representation of Justice, Liberty, and Peace.


    Here we see three young Girl Scouts collecting peach pits for the war effort during World War I.


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    Girl Scouts provide first aid for a boy injured in a bicycle accident in Georgia.


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    A Red Cross water safety instructor teaches artificial respiration at Camp Lewis Perkins in Hadley, Massachusetts.


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    A Girl Scout takes careful aim on the archery range at Camp Francis in Kent, Connecticut.


    A group of Brownies work together to make easter baskets.


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    The Wing Scout program began in 1941 for Girl Scout Seniors who were interested in aviation. Girls learned how to navigate and repair airplanes and earned their pilot certification.


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    Eleanor Roosevelt stands with a Girl Scout named Betty Bredin who posed for the Girl Scout War Bond poster during World War II.


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    Girl Scouts arrive in England for the International Folk Dance Festival, to demonstrate their National dances to traditional music in Hyde Park, London.


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    President Harry S. Truman receives a preparedness booklet from three Girl Scouts at the White House.


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    Two girl scouts raise their glasses for a dinner toast.


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    President John F. Kennedy holds a doll for his daughter Caroline, which was given to her as a gift from Girl Scouts.



    A senior scout teaches a Brownie reverence for nature by showing her how to set a plant in a garden.


    Girl Scouts pose for a group photo aboard the Queen Mary on a cruise ship trip to England.


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    A farmer shows a group of Girl Scouts how to shear sheep at the Bath & West Agricultural Show.


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    Girl Scouts holding tiny American flags at a Fourth of July celebration.


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    Frances Hesselbein, then CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, poses with a group of scouts.


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    Betty Ellis, the first American female soccer referee, is seen wrapping the US national flag with two girls at a girls scout camp in Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, Northern California.


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    President Ronald Reagan hugs Girl Scout Elizabeth Brinton during a meeting at the White House. Brinton, who was 14 at the time, sold 11,200 boxes of Girls Scout cookies in 1985 and personally delivered some cookies to Reagan during the visit.


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    Patriotic little Girl Scouts celebrate Flag Day.


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    President Clinton poses with members of Girl Scout troop 1265 from the Hollywood-Wilshire neighborhood of Los Angeles. The troop worked nearly two years to raise the funds for their week-long trip to Washington.


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    First lady Hillary Clinton holds up a shirt she received from Girl Scout Troop 659 during a visit to Lebanon, N.H.


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    Optimistic Girl Scouts get a glimpse of President Bill Clinton from the bleachers at the Clark Center at UMass.


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    President Bush is welcomed by local girl scouts as he arrives in Pasco, Washington.


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    Actress Dakota Fanning signs autographs before being sworn in as a member of the Girl Scouts of the San Fernando Valley and celebrating with a special screening of her movie 'Dreamer' with fellow Girl Scouts.



    A Girl Scout looks up into the statehouse rotunda while standing next to a portrait of Martin Luther King Jr. during a ceremony in Boise, Idaho.


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    Girl Scouts check out patches on the back of fellow scout Abrar Omeish, before the "Let's Move! " town hall meeting to demonstrate how today's girls can make healthy choices and incorporate physical activity into their daily lives.


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    The oldest living Girl Scout, Milly England, 114, sits in her room at the New Bedford Health Care Center in New Bedford, Massachusetts. England joined the organization in 1914, two years after its inception in 1912.


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    Daphnye Shell of Peggs, Oklahoma, shares her song book with U.S. President Barack Obama during a campfire at the first-ever White House Campout on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, D.C.

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